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of us car people, but at the end of the day, it's the friendships that i have made along the way that got me more and more into cars. it's a business. i was always apprehensive if the business would ruin my love for the business itself. it never has. it's given me opportunity to have more responsibility. there are good and bad days. if you have a bad day and we get to go to the paris auto show, it's a dream come true. >> it was a job you applied for, or how did you get into the car business? >> i went to ucla business school. i got an offer from ford to be a financial planner in the rear differential vf series or from toyota to be the product planner for lexus, the first ever one. lexus didn't exist at the time. i was like, a whole car or a rear differential? i'll take the whole car. i was pretty shortsighted, but that's how my first job in the car business started. >> always in marketing? advertising and marketing? >> yeah, i started in product planning. that was my true love. coming up with concepts for new vehicles -- that was a perfect fit for me. >> recent thri there was a v
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>>> welcome to nhk news world line. the u.s. embassy announced the head of japan affairs at the state department kevin maher has been fired. visiting u.s. assistant secretary of state kurt campbell, in facted him of the move on thursday in their talks on thursday. they say a former deputy chief will assume the post. maher reportedly told some college students in the u.s. last december that okinawans are masters of manipulation and extortion. he was referring to the relocation of a u.s. marines air space station in the southern most prefecture. in the talks with takeaki matsumoto, campbell said maher's comments are unacceptable and contrary to u.s. policy and its respect for the people of okinawa. >>> japan's two major stock exchange operators will explore the possibility of consolidating their businesses. the talks will be aimed at bolstering japan's standing in the world equity market, amid growing pressure for realignment in the industry. if they agree to integrate operations it will have a listing of 4,000 stocks, rivaling the world's leading forces. the two will likel
andersen: i think that being strategic may be one of your most useful tools to use in creating the life that you want to have. lucky for us, being strategic is learnable. most of us kind of try to wander toward solutions in our lives without ever having clarified the problem that we're trying to solve. in my mind, the way to make this really useful and valuable to yourself is to make it a habit of mind and action. and that's what i want from you. i want you to keep learning and to create the lives that you most want to have. so, welcome, everybody. i'm thrilled to be here, and i hope to make this time that we have together as valuable as possible. i want to share with you a process and a set of skills that can help you create the life, the future, the business, the career, the relationship, that you most want for yourself. so let me start by asking you a question. how many of you, over the last couple of months, have heard the word "strategic?" it could have been at a business meeting, it could have been at a kid's fundraising committee meeting, you know you hear at work, "strategic," o
to give us those great results that we want. cole: in this day and age makeup and skin care really work together. they collaborate together because the beauty industry is listening to what we're asking for, or what we're demanding in a sense. we want a makeup that is going to benefit the skin. it's no longer just about giving me great color and giving me great pigment and giving me great coverage. we want a makeup that is going to make us look younger, make us look fresher, and really give benefit to our skin over time. dixon: we'll separate the facts from the fiction about the body's largest organ, and show you all of the ways that you can best maximize the health, beauty, and vitality of the skin you are in on face facts. [music] dixon: every day, we try to put our best face forward. we choose our skin care products and our make up to keep us looking our best. our face is a reflection of the overall health and well-being of ourselves. taking care of the most obvious external representation of our own health requires some basic knowledge about how the skin works and what it's made of.
hill on the holmenkollen opened in 1892. the ski jump has been rebuilt 18 times. this is what it used to look like. ♪ the headquarters of julien de smedt are in copenhagen. there are also offices in oslo and brussels. this is where the new ski jump was designed. it was a considerable challenge for the young team. it was a foray into traditional and high-tech territory. >> you needed a certain width. you also needed to have protection from the wind all along the course. the same goes for appear. you need a strong protection from the wind. you have a separation occurs along the facades. the separation of requires a type of filtering so you do not create extra turbulence in the space. you fell to the wind -- you filter the wind and slow it down. >> he is not the only one to design and ski jumps recently. someone is planning to design an artificial slope in copenhagen. in oslo, visitors can travel to the very tip in a diagonal lift. ♪ from there, they have a view over the whole city and the sea. it is peaceful affair compared to the activity of the bottom. preparations for the nordic
of free libya. it used to be a state run radio station but sided with anti-government forces beginning last month. the station director is ali ashour, who is 56. the station director is 56. previously he had not been allowed to broadcast anything other than praise for colonel gadhafi, for which he felt ashamed. ast -government demonstrations month, and security troops killed more than 60 citizens. at the time many staff members gathered in ashour's office. they all resolved to stop broadcasting government propaganda and to support the demonstrators. >> reporter: the aspirations of freedom-seeking young people support ashour's belief. hanza, the second son of ali, took part in the demonstrations and suffered head and leg injuries after clashing with security forces. >> reporter: through broadcasting, ashour is trying to inspire people towards the decisive battle against the gadhafi regime. >> reporter: citizens of libya have stood up in pursuit of freedom. they have been supported by a local station that has rebelled against the dictatorial government. nhk world, watanabe, benghazi. >>>
argues that the arab states will be alienated if nato led the mission. but the u.s., italy, and britain have been pushing for nato to take over the operation. william hayes said that a unified command is necessary -- william hague said that a unified command is necessary. meanwhile, rebel forces in libya's third largest city say they have killed 30 loyalists snipers. troops loyal to gaddafi have been in the hospital. there are also reports of heavy fighting in northern east. >> more and more civilians are leading the stern -- are leading the eastern town as heavy gunfire continues between troops and rebels. >> this situation is getting worse and worse. god will punish those who are responsible for this. >> on thursday, libyan state tv showed footage of damage caused by overnight air strikes. officials say that a western bombs destroyed a military base in tripoli. france has since confirmed that dozens of coalition planes were indeed in operation over the country. libyan tv also showed injured people being admitted to hospital. libyan authorities said that 18 people were killed in the st
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eventually raise suspicion of the muslim community, making us all less safe. >> in wisconsin, collective bargaining rights stripped from public workers. >> this is about the middle- class and doing it in a way to avoid massive tax increases and layoffs. >> in washington, congress tried to get its budget act together. >> we cannot keep on spending money we do not have. >> in libya, ragtag forces hand on. should the u.s. intervene? and npr's shoots itself in the foot again. >> it is time to push bird bird out of the nest. >> let me say at the outset we are putting this program together on friday just as we are getting the details on the earthquake and to none in japan. we do not have a lot to add except that modern science and technology have enabled officials in hawaii and the west coast of the u.s. to warn residents well in advance. as always, the u.s. navy is ready to respond quickly to events in the pacific with humanitarian relief. beyond that, there is not much we can say at this point. the program is "inside wash.." it has been a long while since a congressional hearing has built up
. they would use the funds as a mean to escape poverty. he has been critical of corrupt officials. he tried to form a political party in the runup to 2008. this put him at odds with politicians in existing parties. reports had surfaced last year about irregularities in the bank's operations. grameen bank denied the allegations but the government has been putting pressure on yumus to resign. >>> they have identified a person in connection with the on-line posting of exam questions while the tests were underway. the police say the 19-year-old man is an examee for kyoto university. police had been trying to find out who sent the questions to an on-line question and answer site while exams at four universities were in progress. the university s kyoto , doshisha, waseda and rikkyo filed criminal complaints on monday saying offenders obstructed them from conducting fair exams. the police in cooperation with yahoo found the same cell phone had been used at all four universities and that the phone had been bought by a person's parents at a. police are searching for possible accomplices. >>> in busi
, if you use the front part of your brain, so that you can focus, and if i can touch your emotional brain, so you remember what i say, and if your brain is flexible enough to learn new things, then you're in for a treat. when you make your brain better by doing the right things, you improve your life. when you do the wrong things and hurt your brain, you make your life harder. day in and day out, every day, you're either helping or hurting your brain. did you know that blueberries are one of the best brain foods on the planet? along with avocados, walnuts, salmon, and green tea, but not getting enough sleep decreases blood flow to your brain and impairs your memory and your ability to concentrate. did you know that increasing blood flow to your brain is literally the fountain of youth? but doing things that decrease blood flow, like nicotine, too much caffeine, alcohol, inhaling toxic fumes, prematurely ages the brain. this program will be divided into three parts. in part one, i'll give you seven simple principles to change your brain and change your life. i will also give you one questi
to assess the situation in using their own photographs and videos. pictures from embattled towns. the latest are alarming. cities near tripoli and benghazi are now back in gaddafi hands. they want the others to help. >> they have an open area, but they have to do something. >> the rebels know that one area could fall next, a loss that would clear the way for benghazi itself. >> the people of egypt will get a chance to vote for a new president by november. parliamentary elections will be held in september. the supreme council of the armed forces has upheld a new interim constitution that declares egypt as a democratic country that guarantees freedom of religion in an opinion. copper -- there was the ouster of president hosni mubarak last month. the italian prime minister silvio berlusconi has promised to clear thousands of migrants from a mediterranean island. berlusconi visited the island after an outcry about a growing humanitarian crisis. about 19,000 migrants have arrived there from north africa since the unrest started sweeping the region. locals complain that their island has been trans
. both verbally, physically. my first father used to beat me. i had low esteem, i had a lot of resentment toward my parents and toward the society i was being raised in west virginia and it took me years to really understand the importance of forgiveness and letting go. >> for awhile we love our anger. >> it makes us feel alive. >> then anger turns on us. >> it settles into our souls and pulls a curtain over our eyes and says -- >> now see everything through me. >> anger takes joy as its prisoner. >> it keeps us low and cautious and afraid and quiet. >> the only thing it fears... >> is forgiveness. >> byron katie: one day as i lay on the floor of a... a half-way house, actually... my self-esteem was so low i didn't believe i even deserved a bed, that's why i slept on the floor. night after night. and this particular morning, a cockroach was crawling over my foot and i opened my eyes and in place of all that darkness, absolute joy and delight just poured out of me in the form of laughter and it had been a long time since i'd experienced laughter but it just poured out and poured out. ♪ t
official u.s. combat troops arrived on the shores of vietnam. lines of solemn-faced young soldiers, black and white, could be seen marching by the hundreds, as they were greeted by smiling vietnamese women. in selma, alabama, martin luther king's supporters were also marching... to montgomery. on both fronts, the worst was yet to come. that summer, 34 people would die in the watts riots, and almost 400 american troops would perish in the jungles of southeast asia. on october 22 of that year, just two weeks shy of his 19th birthday, pfc milton olive was on a search and destroy patrol when the viet cong attacked with hand grenades. one landed in the midst of his platoon. the young gi threw himself over it and was killed, saving the lives of four soldiers he hardly knew. pvt. milton olive would become the first african-american to receive the medal of honor in vietnam. quote: "in dying, private milton olive taught those of us who remain how we ought to live." (president lyndon johnson) narrator: three weeks later, the first large-scale confrontation of the war occurred at ia drang valley. co
is on the handlebars but riders can also use pedal power. this rider is traveling at 40 kilometers an hour. but bikes can reach 100 kilometers an hour. >> it's incredible how much nour electric bike has. >> and this is where it's made. p.g. bikes in southern germany. in twipe the company's founder had the idea to build this luxury electric bike which officially isn't a bike at all. >> according to german and european standards, the black trail is a motor bike, so you need a motorcycle license to ride it or you can ride it like a mow ped or scooter. >> the company has been building bikes and ebikes for those who appreciate modern technology and novel design. the company's black trail model is attracting a lot of attention. it boasts a 16 horsepower electric motor, a battery range that gives you 1,600 kilometers on a single charge and has parts used like carbon, like used in formula one cars. >> it's incredibly light and strong. this rim can hold three up thes and weighs 3/4 of a kilo and you can't break the spokes no matter how hard you try. you can't twist or bend it. >> the black trail took nine mon
, prompting renewed fear. meanwhile, the u.s. carrier george washington, which is stationein japan, has left the harbor south of tokyo as a precaution. >> another nuclear emergency has certainly tten the aention of the german chancellor. she says, rapid decisions are needed on the future of power in this country. and the leaders of the power plants say therefore -- there will be a panel to assess the risk on german nuclear plant. >> tuesday's meeting at the chancellery produced an agreement on the addition of a panel of experts. there will look at the implications of nuclear power. an ethics commission for safe energy supply will be tasked with assessing the risks and ranking them. >> it won't focus on current safety standards, but on identifying risks that have not been considered in the past. >> isn't it time to reassess the promises that we work with and base our standards on new, tougher premises? couldn't two catastrophe strike in germany at the same time, a flood, and an explosion? >> the goal is to make nuclear power a thing of the past quickly and aim for renewable energy. but that h
) to bring us up to speed, we were asked to read brochures in modern african history. it seems that some time in the early '60s africa was on the precipice of becoming a world power. it was called pan-africanism. i guess i must have been absent that day when we studied it in school, because i don't remember too much about it. does anybody the other bus know where he is? right, my question is, does anybody on the bus-- do they know that they left a student? (allen) esther bush, our fearless leader, clears a path through this cultural jungle. we've been told constantly, "be careful, don't talk to strangers, and always stay where tour supervisors can see you." [driving funk music] ♪ [waves crashing] having left the city of accra, we travel south on our way to slave castles by the sea. we stop at a european resort to have lunch. here, drummers play us closer to home. [lively drumming] ♪ (allen) children bum-rush the crowd. do they see americans or do they see american dollars? our tour guides turn into self-appointed superheroes as they protect americans from africans. [somber electronic musi
that will cost us billions of dollars. >> first anniversary of the health-care law. >> a year later, it looks worse than it did then and that is saying something. >> i may be 5'2" and wearing a yellow suit but i am one tough lady. >> we the people will take back our government. >> and what is going on at reagan national airport? >> the tower is apparently unmanned. captioned by the national captioning institute >> they are not exactly pen pals, but house speaker john boehner wrote a letter to president obama. he has questions, he said, about the american role in libya, our strategy there, the cost, the operation, gaddafi, whether he stays or goes. all these concerns point to a fundamental question -- what is our benchmark for success in libya? how'd you think the president would answer that, evan? >> i wish he would tell us. i often wonder if obama knows. maybe he doesn't have an answer. basically, our policy is to get rid of gaddafi, because if we don't, he is going to attack the united states. this is a scary, a crazy guy. i worry about domestic terrorism if we don't get
hearts ♪ we bend our knees ♪ oh, spirit, come make us humble ♪ we turn our eyes ♪ from evil things ♪ oh, lord, we cast out our idols ♪ ♪ give us clean hands ♪ give us pure hearts ♪ let us not lift our souls to another ♪ ♪ give us clean hands ♪ give us pure hearts ♪ let us not lift our souls to another ♪ students, just come up and make a straight line. what you're doing by coming up here and standing like this, you're going to make a commitment to god, number one, that you're going to live a sexually pure life. number two, you're going to make a commitment to your parents you're going to live a sexually pure life. number three, you're making a commitment to your future husband or wife whom you've never met that you're going to live a sexually pure life. number four, you're making a commitment in front of all these people that you're living a sexually pure life, that means you're making a commitment to the world. young people, don't take this lightly. now here's what we're going to do. i want you to look into the eyes of your parents, declare the commitment that you're m
the use of all necessary measures to protect citizens in libya. here is susan rice, our u.n. ambassador. >> the security council has authorized the use of force, including enforcement of a no- fly zone, to protect civilians and civilian areas targeted by colonel gaddafi, his intelligence and security forces, and his mercenaries. >> after the u.n. vote, the foreign minister said that the country was declaring an immediate ceasefire and halting military operations. after that, oil prices dropped. meanwhile, the no-fly zone. what about gaddafi's text and artillery? is this too little too late? give it our involvement in iraq and afghanistan, the stepping into this at all, charles? >> it is late, and you have to be serious and hard and early. happening now, what we have produced is a stalemate. for the future we're going to have to protect the rebels. it is going to be an ongoing and long operation, unfortunately. >> mark? >> "the consequences of war or tire and the sacrifices are immeasurable." those are the words of senator barack obama in 2002. i hope if we go in that there will be a con
and awareness raising for everyone who sees it. we are so grateful you came to us with it. >> it's a hard subject for them to >>> "anyone and everyone" was a work of great purpose for susan and her team. and all of us at public television are happy to share their vision with you. we hope you will consider supporting the work of documentary film makers by supporting this public television station right now. they thought this was an important program to air. and obviously it was a bit of a risk. if you think we've done right thing in bringing the right things to public television then i home we're going to hear from you right now. now let's fts you can ask for w call >> support the station that is bringing this program to your television with a contribution of $90 or more right now and we can thank you with a copy of the book always my child a parent's guide to understanding your gay, lesbian, bi-sexual, transgender or questioning son or daughter. this book offers practical advice to parents, including tips for communicating, recognizing depression, dealing with harassment and more. or chos
names, like u.s. actors live tyler, fashion critic na went to war, and pot -- and father paul mccartney. >> carolina coco but is one of the great models around today and is now worthy of the title supermodels. she is said to be the one of the most -- the nicest in the business. she was nice enough to spend a day with us in the french capital while she was rushing from one show to the next. >> that is the walk of a super model in a fashion show. >> while this is her in private on the streets of paris. born in what was then czechoslovakia, today she is one of the highest paid models in the world. during the paris shows, her agency is in a commotion of activity. but in the midst of all, carol linnik is an island of column. -- carol lena is an island of calm. now 26, shuster of which was just 16. >> for four years straight i had no time to see friends and have fun. i really worked. >> but the hard work was worth it. her career went ballistic. she became the model of choice for labels like vehrs taji and york. -- versace and oior. >> i love carolina. she is a great woman. >> the top model p
believe that each of us has a heroic path to walk. this is a call to greatness that begins with you. and igniting that spirit, that passion for the possible, is and igniting that spirit, that passion for the possible, is where the journey begins. [ ♪ ] >> john assaraf: the transformation for me came when i started to love myself. >> byron katie: everyone is a hero. you know, look at the thoughts we've survived, look at the situations in our lives that we've survived. >> sir richard branson: unless you're doing something in life that is, um, that, you know, that you feel passionate about, that you feel passionate about the people, most likely you shouldn't be doing it. >> jack canfield: and the higher purpose is to gain mastery in life, and we gain mastery when we learn wisdom and when we can become more loving. >> t. harv eker: the number one rule is clarity. the reason most people don't get what they want is 'cause they don't know what they want. >> stephen covey: the true joy in life, being used for a purpose known to yourself is a mighty one. [music playing] >> archbishop desmo
, the military has used wear from firefighters to cool reactors. the ieae says it has stabilized, but it could still worsen. the security council is voting on libya as the gaddafi forces push into rebel-held territory. the u.n.'s nuclear watch dog says efforts made by japan to cool reactor it's and fuel rods at the fukushima power plant have stabilized the situation but warning it could deteriorate. engineers have worked through the night to install a power line for water pumps needed to cool two reactors and a storage site for spent nuclear fuel rods. helicopters have also been dumping water on overheating reactors to stave off a meltdown. fire trucks have also joined in the effort. >> japan has been pinning a lot of its hopes on these trucks. they can get within 80 meters of the reactor. the trucks have repeatedly doused the pool with water as shown in this graphic from japanese tv. authorities were guarded about the operation's success. some reports say radiation levels have risen since it began. an airborne aspect was part of the plan. military helicopters dumped water on the facility, but
on a joint approach to the libyan crisis, butnato has launched 24-hour surveillance using recognizance planes. leaders will have an emergency summit on friday. >> we have asked our military to be prepared for all eventualities so we stand ready if our assistance is requested. once again, i would like to stress bettithat any nato operan would take place in accordance with and pursuant to un mandate. >> time appears to be working against the libyan gravels. >> a short while ago i talked to -- the libyan rebels. a short while ago i talked to our correspondent and asked him about the 72-hour ultimatum. >> the leader of the interneim national council has confirmed that indirect talks are under way. officials are saying there are no talks. they are denying that anything is being put forward. it is not a very transparent situation right now. this symbolall started when the foreign minister went on television yesterday. negotiations apparently started last night. they came up with this idea. >> what about reports that the libyan army is making inroads into areas controlled by the opposition? palin ex
concerns are spreading that the trend may adversely affect u.s. consumer sentiment and dampen economic recovery. >>> japan's current account surplus marked its first drop in nearly two months due to a jump in imports and soaring prices of crude oil and iron ore. the finance ministry set in a preliminary report on tuesday that the surplus for january totaled around $5.6 billion. that is a plunge of almost 48% from a year earlier. the trade deficit for january was $4.8 billion. the ministry said weaker exports during china's lunar new year holidays were another negative factor. this is the first time in two years that the trade balance has tipped into the red. the income balance, which includes returns on foreign investment, rose above 10%. the increase was due to improved earnings and overseas subsidiaries of japanese firms. >>> credit worries continue on heavily indebted european countries. this has led a u.s. credit rating agency to downgrade greek government bonds by three notches. moody's said on monday it lowered the rating of greek debt from the already below investment grade of b
there were spent fuel stored in the building. those spent fuel rods generated heat and had to be cooled using water in the pool. however, the cooling device was inactivated following the earthquake and water had evaporated. it is believed that as a result, fuel rods were exposed. and this caused hydrogen gas leading to fire outbreak. after the fire, the radiation level inside reached the highest since the earthquake. secretary yukio says that the highest radio activity level was recorded between the number two and number three and this level is a level which will have an impact on human health and today once again, the number four reactor caught fire. we are now joined by a professor and a reporter. now first of all, with the effect of the effort quake and tsunami, it is no longer possible to cool the core and also we can contain the radiated substances and the situation developed even further today this morning by a breaking out of the number four building and there's white smoke coming out of the number three reactor building? what is the latest information? well you can cool the core, hydr
a blast car radiation levels rose for a time. at the u.s. is sending more specialists to help deal with the threat. in the country's -- in the country, the northeast humanitarian crisis -- the government has appealed for calm as people in tokyo began to flee the city or stock up on the essential supplies. >> in japan, the un's the nuclear energy agency says the containment wall at one of the reactors at the fukushima power plant may have been breached after an explosion on monday. radiation levels rose after a fire and separate reactor blast. most of the people within 30 kilometers have been evacuated. those remaining are being urged to stay indoors. above normal radiation levels have been measured in tokyo, 250 kilometers to the south. >> it tuesday's fire in reactor no. 4 and damage from explosions at the other reactor blocks pose a potentially disastrous situation. reports say pull for spent fuel rods in reactor no. 4 may have overheated and cannot be refueled -- cannot be refilled with water. workers are making a desperate attempt to pour water into the partially damaged roof u
for us. >> the u.n. refugee agency is working on a solution that does not rely on the cooperation of the government. >> in the next day or so, they will start the chartering flights in order to assist the bangladeshis to go back to their country. >> it could take up to five days. >> meanwhile in afghanistan, u.s. secretary of defense robert gates has apologized to president hamid karzai for the accidental deaths of children last week, six days after u.s. helicopter crews killed nine boys mistaken for taliban fighters. it's also discussed the future of the u.s. military in afghanistan, expected to be withdrawn by the end of 2014. a small contingent will remain to help train afghan security forces. the unrest going on in africa and the middle east is causing chaos with oil prices. >> causing major worries about economic growth. oil prices in london and new york spiking higher on monday on concerns over wider supply disruptions in the middle east and north africa. the recent sharp spike in prices and worries over what may come has prompted the united states to continue tapping its em
into some $30 billion u.s. the government says it has already paid compensation to half of those affected by this tsunami. in one area, the situation is better. the city's south of santiago was badly damaged. seven people were killed, and even the city hall in the church were destroyed. but when you're on, the mayor is optimistic. -- one year on. construction work is proceeding at a good pace. >> [speaking foreign language] [translation in german] >> in may year managed to convince a organizations to help with their plans -- the mayor managed to convince aid organizations. again, old materials are being reused. only cla is missing. -- clay is missing. >> the school has been providing help to this area for almost one year. >> [speaking foreign language] . >> the school also found a donor willing to provide two years' worth of health-care supplies for the center. the mayor is visiting a family that will be the first of 700 to get a proper house. i asked why things have not improved faster in this area. >> [speaking foreign language] [translation in german] many feared that another quake cou
and silent for a hundred years, now demanded a reckoning. in 1896, captain michael healy stood before a u.s. court-martial. the public was stunned by the charges against him. healy was recognized from san francisco to the arctic circle. in some parts of the country, he was better known than the president of the united states. mike healy represented american law and its justice along a 30,000-mile coastline of the alaskan frontier. praised in the house of representatives and tagged in the press as "ruler of the arctic," the slender, blue-eyed officer was not the man he appeared to be. born a slave on a georgia plantation, healy had bolted from the world of his birth, determined to steer his own destiny. in a country reeling from civil war and haunted by race, he chose to pass as white. this choice demanded vigilance, for he was navigating in perilous waters. captioning sponsored by the u.s. department of education narrator: when mike healy arrived in san francisco, the port had grown from a remote outpost into a thriving boomtown. gold put the town on the map. people came to get rich, eager
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moammar gadhafi. u.s. president barack obama has called on gadhafi to step down, but he remains hesitant over creating a no-fly zone over the country. >> i want to make sure that those full range of options are available to me. the region will be watching carefully to make sure we're on the right side of history. >> in a news conference on thursday, obama said gadhafi has lost legitimacy to lead and he must leave. he said his departure would be good for libya and the people and he said the u.s. has sent military aircraft to air lift egyptians who have fled from libya to neighboring tunisia. earlier in the week, the u.s. senate unanimously passed a resolution calling on the united nations to impose a no-fly zone. the secretary of defense robert gates said taking control of the skies or other direct military action would have 0 its con consequences for u.s. interests, not just in libya but throughout the middle east. >>> meanwhile, france and britain say they will support the introduction of a no-fly zone. french foreign minister and william hague met in paris on wednesday to discuss the s
'connor: these are the ghosts of the people who lived our history. we will always want to sing those songs because they haunt us, you know, haunting. bono: it's very moving. it's that bitter sweetness. irish music has that sadness in it, even at it's most happy. narrator: barnes and noble book sellers is pleased to support music of ireland: welcome home. barnes and noble offers a wide selection of books, music, movies, and more from authors and artists around the world. more information at from belfast to cork to the countryside in between, ireland offers a host of activities along the way. more information is available online to help you. go where ireland takes you. moya brennan: history has affected irish music, i think from the word "go." so we must begin our journey with some reflections of irish life and culture. bob geldof: it's very important to understand how isolated ireland was in its culture kampf. it was "planet ireland," it was very removed from the giant economic cultural neighbor beside us, britain, and certainly from the european mainland, which was just exotica. it just wasn't part of i
japanese name was used. if the donor is confirmed to be a foreign national, i'll return the amount in full. >> before the committee meeting, naoto kan told minister he was aunaware the donor was a foreign national oh national an said he will not resign over the instance. >> if the donor is confirmed to be a foreign national and what the prime minister said is true it will be enough to return the money. former foreign minister me hair ra made a decision not to restein but i heard the foreign minister is not planning to follow suit. >>> forces loyal to libyan leader moammar gadhafi are aerial bombing to cut water and electricity in cities where anti-government forces have taken control. the government has superior equipment such as combat planes. forces loyal to gadhafi continue fierce bombing in the central city of ras lanuf pushing anti-government forces to the east. a counteroffensive has been mounted in zawiya outside tripoli with attacks daily from the air and ground. one of their spokesperson told nhk on thursday that gadhafi loyalists are targeting water, and electricity facilities an
strike on a key oil port. investigators in germany believe the fatal gun attack on two u.s. airmen in frankfurt airport was politically motivated. and and ecb interest rate hike is on the horizon as the bank frets over mounting inflation. ♪ >> france and britain say there will support a no-fly zone over libya if the situation there gets worse. the french foreign ministry says the two countries plan to do everything they can to increase pressure on moammar gaddafi. the libyan leader once more airstrikes on the rebels thursday morning. witnesses say warplanes bombed an oil port. the rebels have appealed for outside help, asking for u.n.- backed airstrikes to end the conflict. >> in the battle zone town, rebels are burying the dead. thousands turned out to join the funeral procession. there are mercenaries hired by gaddafi. they're preparing for new attacks on their town, a strategic seaport with key oil facilities, after recent air strikes, a ground attack by gaddafi's troops appears imminent. >> we're ready to face gaddafi's men. our scouts are telling us they are headed this way.
slightly more than 24 hours since the worst earthquake in recent u.s. history shook the country's heartland. so far, seven states have been declared disaster areas. reports are coming in that indicate thousands may have died and hundreds of thousands are left homeless. officials say memphis, tennessee has been the hardest hit, but buildings have collapsed in st. louis, missouri, paducah, kentucky, and evansville, indiana. narrator: those are chilling words. fortunately, the report is not real. it's only a video made to dramatize the potential impact of a severe earthquake, but what if... man: all communications to the cities of memphis, st. louis, paducah, evansville, and little rock narrator: what if a destructive earthquake really shook up the central united states? you know i'd love to stand here and tell you that we're ready to handle this, but i can't in all honesty. the central part of the united states, we're not ready for a major earthquake. so we've got to plan to take care of our own. narrator: more chilling words, but this time they're the real deal, spoken by the director of eme
believe that salmon look like us, and they lived in beautiful cities below the ocean floor. and every spring and every fall, they took on the shape of the salmon to come back up the rivers and streams to feed us. and we pray that they hear us and that they will come back more and more to feed us. >> sarandon: the wild rivers that cut through this rugged land were once so full of salmon that it was said one could walk across the rivers on their backs. that's how it was when the first europeans arrived in america. they found an abundance of immense forests, about a billion acres of them. stands of mature trees hundreds to thousands of years old were widespread. on the west coast of north america, an unbroken forest stretched from california to alaska. but by the 1800s, those trees were being steadily felled by a newly established timber industry spurred on by the california gold rush. with the coming of the railroads in the early 1900s, the pace of logging operations greatly accelerated. after world war ii, the pacific northwest saw another surge in logging to supply wood for house buil
to be building a boy scout- cub scout vehicle. gives us roughly three months to get this vehicle done. obviously that's a v-6, but we're gonna put a big v-8 in this thing, we're gonna put air-conditioning in this thing, and do a custom interior on it for you. your thinking? sounds great. the car needs to be usable. that's very important, just as though you would take it to a camp. the scouts have two colors, guys. they have the blue and the gold, that's the little guys, that's the cubs, and then they have the bigger guys, and that's the olive and the red. so i personally like the blue and the gold a little better. we're gonna have to have this as a show-quality car, the paint job's got to be good. so that's more important, really, than the colors, but if we can work all the colors in, that's great. he's fast to agree what you guys can do. can y'all get this done? ( all agree ) great, great. everybody's on the page with this? so we got roughly seven days to get fuller ideas on one nice piece of canvas. and then while we're doing that we'll also be disassembling that truck of yours. 'cause that do
have been the source of the famous short grain rice that is used in italy's risotto. this is a rice field, filled with mature rice. today we're in the field with pierangelo bottecino, in the rice field right here, and i was determined to find out how they harvested by hand all of this rice. handful, he said. pull it towards you. underneath? little lower? and pull, he said. i am losing some along the way, but i collected. (speaking italian) >> (speaking italian) >> i asked him. he said for the first cut it's okay. count paolo weisenhoff, whose family owns this beautiful farm, the principato de lucedio, has been the most gracious host for my visit. this is a magnificent setting. it really is beautiful. now, that is your family home. >> yes. >> is it not? and that has been there for? >> from 1123. so in modern... more or less nine centuries. >> oh, this is wonderful. so paolo, take me home. >> sure. >> okay. >> now, lidia, we'll show you how the rice is processed. this is our rice, just dehydrated. the rice goes in this machine here. they just do 99% of the job. the first machine remov
people affected for so long. it's a frightening statistic. again, it should activate us to do something about it. but it's pretty well documented that people have been getting health-- arriving at old age i should say, healthier. so we didn't just add years. most of the years we added have been healthier years so far. >> what's this bulge in the ageing population president hennessy, should institutions be working harder at finding kind of new opportunities for people who want to come back to their alma matter for example, and not just on reunion weekends, but maybe become part of the student population again and finding a niche for those who are 50 plus. >> certainly, tom. i think there's a great opportunity to reengage people. people wanna be lifelong learners. they want to be involved, they want to be in a community that keeps them thinking and talking about things. and as you know in some universities, some of the alumni even wanna be buried there so. [laughter] but i think it is-- it is a question of how you think about engaging people. if you think about as laura said, where we are
, and ordinarily the emergency diesel engines that should have been used to cool down the reactors have all gone out of function. every possible method has been used to cool down the reactor. however, for reactor number 1 and reactor number 3 hydrogen came out, causing a hydrogen explosion. and also for reactor 4 we have seen fire. and radiation has spread from these reactors and the reading of the level seems very high. and there is still a very high risk of further radioactive material coming out from the fukushima number 1 nuclear power pla plant. a 20-kilometer radius has become an area for evacuation. most of the people have evacuated from this area we need now for everybody to move out of the 20-kilometer radius from the number one plant. and in areas from 20 to 30 kilometers from the power plant, depending on what happens at the power plant, we would like to ask you to remain indoors, at home or in your offices. we would like to ask you to remain indoors and avoid going outside. for fukushima number 2 nuclear power plant already people have almost all evacuated from the 10-kilometer radiu
out one more time. thank y'all. thanks for hanging in there with us tonight. appreciate that a lot. thanks to everybody here, the whole crew, jack, everybody here for your hospitality. we appreciate it very much, very much. and we got one more for you. this is another one about a guy who got in trouble in memphis and now he's in jail. so let's hear what they got to say about it. [tuning instruments] - perfect. - just as always. - perfect? - yeah, always perfect. it's a banjo. it's always perfect, sorry. alright, here we go. one, two, three, four. [instrumental music] ♪ well, judge looked down gave me 40 days ♪ ♪ instead of the fine that i could not pay ♪ ♪ said walk right you'll soon be home ♪ ♪ cross the line and you're on your own ♪ ♪ 40 days of shotguns and barbed wire fences ♪ ♪ 40 nights to sit and listen ♪ to the midnight train to memphis ♪ [instrumental music] ♪ well now, whistle blows when the sun comes up ♪ ♪ hit the floor keep your big mouth shut ♪ ♪ eat your breakfast on the ground ♪ ♪ work like hell till the sun goes down ♪ ♪
it and then fixing what we found, and he started using a grinder and found a lot of more stuff that we didn't want to find. ( chuckles ) skip rizzo: the blocking-- use something real rigid, flat, long as possible. use sort of course paper to sand, and... they call it blocking because it's flat and it's a block, and it's rigid to where you knock off the tops of the highs. even-- even every coat that you put on, you can't put on perfect. okay, you put it on as even as possible, but you would still knock down the tops until you get it totally flat, and then you do that a couple times, and then you put your main coat for paint. megan clementi: did you see all that dust? it looks like a snow day in florida. i'm looking into some new products to help keep the shop a little bit cleaner. with d.a.'s, one of the key things was dust control. we're getting into a lot of shops now that are going water-based around the nation, and dust is a key issue when you get into water-based. you want a cleaner environment, a cleaner shop. you know, some of even your hobbyists out here will start using water-based, mainly
want to do this right-- and i do want to do this right-- is, i want to use this as a teaching tool. i grew up without indoor plumbing. we used to melt snow to get hot water. and that's how we washed dishes, and that's how we took baths, and we used to haul water from a spring. because of that and becauseay ie younger--i mean, we just-- we ate foods that weren't good for us because they were cheap. we used to eat lard sandwiches with salt and pepper on them and fried oatmeal, fried everything. because of that being in my background, i'm really the same as a lot of people that don't come in. and my primary focus for who this film is targeting and who the project that i wanted to do is targeting is me. it's middle-aged males that have poor family histories, and all native people do. all my patients have the same family history that i have. and it might not be exactly the same, but it's similar. and a lot of people grew up the same way i did. the people that i feel that i'm trying to target are exactly the same as me. and i see it all the time. i see men and women but primarily men that c
survivors know you can't survive for a month when you're hurting, you survive today. narrator: join us for living through personal crisis. dr. ann kaiser stearns: thank you. buenos dias, buenos tardes, buenos noches, pick your favorite time zone. and tonight's presentation is in spanish, i hope that's okay. i wish i could be bilingual but you're lucky, i speak only oklahoman. bereavement. bereavement comes from the word "reave" which means to be dispossessed, robbed of something precious, something rightfully our own. when a woman has a mastectomy, when a woman or man loses a job, when we watch our parents age and the life goes out of them very very slowly, when parents lose a child, when we face our own death, when a dream is shattered, there's so many different experiences of being robbed, dispossessed of something precious. looking at those kinds of losses that we face, a loved one's death, a divorce, a broken love relationship, a serious illness or accident, financial crisis or job loss that so many of you are going through now, family estrangement, being victimized by crime, abuse
films have taken the african continent by storm, outselling u.s. titles by three to one and today can be found in a number of video stores around america. oh, yes, the nigerian film industry is here to stay, and in tonight's episode of afropop's, welcome to nollywood, you'll see exactly why. enjoy. [up-tempo percussion music] ♪ (man) so by his blood we are saved. ahh! hallelujah! [aggressive, shredding rock music] ♪ this is touch of evil. there are so many of them. i don't know. [low-tone drumbeat] ♪ ready? uh! (all) ah! uh! (all) ah! uh! (all) oh! [wailing and groaning] [firecracker pops] [screaming] again, again, again. [firecracker pops] [screaming] certificates will be issued to participants, and their headshot and resume will be sent... (all) my god adores me. we are together, together forever. [bell rings] we are no slaves. don't look back! [gunshot] you all have been bought as slaves. i'm not a slave. (male announcer) grand touch pictures, in association with infinity films, presents... there was a little break about a year ago when one of our governors, the governor of a
. here to tell us more about the latest instructions on vegetables and the possible affects on the human body is hideki. >> the prime minister announced he's suspending the shipment and intake of vegetables s suspected to be contaminated with radiation. what is your reaction? >> vegetables are not contaminated have been found one after another. if people are consuming them as they are possible health hazard is suspected. so, as a measure to protect people's health the government discourages such produce to be shipped to the market. and to keep them away from consumers. >>> translator: i'm sure that many people are concerned over the announcement. how hazardous are they to the health? >>> translator: with a level that it dent fied now, there's no immediate negative impact to the health. how immediate is it? that's the concern of many people. there are two meanings there. that if you keep ingesting such vegetables several days, you will not suffer nausea or any kind of abnormality of the plood. any acute symptoms will probably not appear. and other concern is that the higher incidence of
worker explained to us at the time of the blackout. >> we were able to interview one worker who was working at the reactor number one and twongs w with this man who was the tsunami worker said at the power plant and it was -- everything was a total mess and he tried to confirm if the electrical system was still working, but he found out that after being submerged under water it wasn't working and since electricity has stopped there's nothing that could be used to cool the reactors because the earthquake and tsunamis were far beyond the assumption of the design of the plant. all six reactors lost power supply. the key solution is to recover that power supply, however for reactors three and four, we see that the water and the spent fuel storage pool is evaporating and high levels of radiation is being detected in the area around these buildings making work in the area very dangerous. so the first thing that was done was water injection by tokyo fire department and the self-defense force to reactor number three. we went to report on the harsh conditions which the operation took pla
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